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Everyone loves a bit of great entertainment. We love it too, and here is the top reviewed content for your TV, projector or hi-fi. Simply put, this is the best of the best. The top Games, Movies and Music – as rated by us.

Album review: The Weeknd – After Hours

Album review: The Weeknd – After Hours

Abel Makkonen Tesfaye aka The Weeknd is an artist who needs little introduction, and the enigmatic singer is on top form for his latest album, After Hours. This Canadian born singer, songwriter, actor and producer has been sharing his music …read more

Game review: Call of Duty: Warzone

Game review: Call of Duty: Warzone

As I first descend into Warzone, parachute out, two teammates in tow, I’m lost inside the new Russian landscape and spoilt for locations to land while hoping to find useful treasures. A few landmarks instantly catch the eye, definite hotspots …read more

Film review: The Invisible Man

Film review: The Invisible Man

Set on a scenic cliffside, overlooking picturesque ocean views, Cecilia (Elisabeth Moss) makes a daring night-time escape from her abusive partner Adrian (Oliver Jackson-Cohen). Leaving in the dead of night, avoiding alarms, security cameras and leaving behind her beloved dog, …read more

Film review: The Lighthouse

Film review: The Lighthouse

Two lighthouse keepers (Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson) arrive in thick fog to a desolate, isolated island but as the weather draws in they start to question not just each other’s pasts but their own sanity. The story may seem …read more

Film review: Uncut Gems

Film review: Uncut Gems

Howard Ratner (Adam Sandler) is an unscrupulous jeweller who stops at nothing to find his next big score. Desperate for a big gambling win to clear his debts, he makes a series of increasingly bad decisions and his plans start …read more

Film review: 1917

Film review: 1917

During the First World War, in April 1917, two British soldiers journey across no-man’s land and into enemy territory on a desperate mission to save 16,000 allies from a German trap. Noticeably flagging in interest with his last film, the …read more

Album review: Free Nationals – Free Nationals

Album review: Free Nationals – Free Nationals

Some of you may already know multi-instrumentalist, rapper and singer Anderson .Paak for his solo work or guest features. His backing band Free Nationals are essential to his sound, and even though he appears on one track, their self titled …read more

Film review: Knives Out

Film review: Knives Out

When beloved author Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) kills himself, detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) soon discovers that a web of mystery surrounds the deceased author’s family. You will hear many critics claim that writer/director Rian Johnson has “turned the mystery …read more

Album review: FKA Twigs – MAGDELENE

Album review: FKA Twigs – MAGDELENE

Four years on since we reviewed her debut album, FKA Twigs returns with another rule-breaking alternative pop album. We thoroughly enjoyed her last project, and could not wait to get stuck into MAGDELENE… The album’s title is taken from the …read more

Album review: Michael Kiwanuka – KIWANUKA

Album review: Michael Kiwanuka – KIWANUKA

Michael Kiwanuka’s third album pushes new sonic boundaries on a journey of self-discovery. “Am I a hero now?” Michael Kiwanuka does not know the answer. The opening question of the single “Hero” is one of his new album’s biggest topics. …read more